I’m not breaking any news here, moms don’t always get a daily hair washing in. So, yes I am proud of it! I have officially weaned my hair off of daily sudsings. I haven’t gone completely NO ‘POO, but I am in the LESS ‘POO camp now. Hey, don’t scoff; it was hard work being a […]
Monthly Archives: April 2014
I throw ‘pasta’ on the meal plan each week knowing it will likely end up with some homemade tomato and meat sauce, some gluten free noodles for our little gal and topped with my personal love language…cheese.This week pasta night also happened to be the night a precious and overpriced avocado was about to go […]
I got a text message from my Mother In Law ‘can we take the kids for a week in March?’, as fast as I could spell out D. U. H. we were plotting our escape from this small town. Four nights without our two toddlers and the city’s vibrant arms wide open. Yet I […]
Over at Parentdish Canada I shared five double standards between moms and dads. This is a list I have slowly been compiling since I became a parent. At Parentdish I talk about the double standards for moms and dad’s on things like the ‘Honey-Do list’, weekends away and running errands. READ THE FULL POST HERE But I […]
If you are like me you love the odd craft and Pinterest-worthy activity for your child, but not every day can have an #invitationtoplay. I’m over at Parentdish Canada today sharing some of my Lazy Mom’s ideas on keeping toddlers busy. Check them out HERE!
Last month the hilarious and poignant Brooke from Miss Teen USSR nominated myself and seven other bloggers for a Sunshine Award. The sweet and classy Salma from The Write Balancehad also nominated me before this. So I waited the honourary one to three months before responding…. cause I’m classy like that. The Sunshine Award is […]
Pickles, Luke Bryan and Girl Power Ballads of the 90s. I’m over at G Day for Girls sharing my story about puberty and three things I hope my daughter learns during puberty EXCERPTS: ….I hope to have a relationship with my daughter that we can talk openly about her period. Not to put expectations on how it […]